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Eminence Organic Probiotic Masque
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Brand: Eminence Organic

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Eminence Organic Probiotic Masque

Ingredients


Cucumber Juice, Corn Germ Oil, Shea Butter, Marigold Oil, Yogurt, Vegetable Glycerin, Kaolin Clay, Stonecrop Juice, Tea Tree Oil, Cyclodextrin, Glycine Soja Oil, Zea Mays (corn ) Starch Oil, Xanthan Gum, Vegetable Squalane, Ubiquinone, Tocopepheryl Acetate (vitamin E), Ascorbyl Palmitate (vitamin C Ester).

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Eminence Organic Probiotic Masque

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Healing Powers
Reviewed on July 31, 2015

This masque is a life-savor, it has so many wonderful ingredients that can be used on the most sensitive skin (including my own!) I highly recommend trying this masque; although it is pricey, a little goes a long way and it is worth every penny. You can order it through amazon for a discount, but their are many local spas that carry it if you use the location finder on their website. This is a "hot" mask -- which means your skin will feel tingly, and hot for some... follow the directions and only leave it on your skin for 5-10 min. any more will clog your pores... follow directions, and this will not happen. Great for reducing breakouts, keeping breakouts at bay, and healing hyperpigmentation.


in absolute love
Reviewed on August 26, 2014

Lactic acid and vitamins in a creamy mask that goes on like a body butter and sets like clay, but not like clay - there's clay in it. So cooling it's almost uncomfortable at first, but ends up being very soothing treatment mask, the best of clay, peel and moisture at once.